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Student Services Are Now Offered Online

The campus will remain closed until further notice, please do not attempt to visit the office in person.

You can live chat with a representative from this office using the information at the bottom of this page, or by visiting the Online Cranium Cafe . Please note that some services are still in the process of being moved online (including access to campus phone extensions and voicemail) and will vary by office.

Trio Student Support Services

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We are located in the Student Services Building on the 3rd floor.  But Currently we are providing services remotely .Trio/Student Support Services [SSS] program has planned a number of new informative workshops, university tours, and cultural events of interest to Trio/SSS students. Please drop by our new office in the new Student Services building in order to take advantage of all the resources we have to offer.

Please plan to use the computer lab, attend events to connect with other Trio/SSS students, and check for the most recent updates regarding transfer and other academic support opportunities. Remember to complete at least two counseling contacts each term along with one workshop or activity and to touch base with the program regarding changes to your current class schedule/educational plan.

Program Description:

The Trio/SSS program provides services that assist students in obtaining an Associate Degree and transfer to four-year institution. Services include:

  • Tutoring
  • Workshops
  • Cultural activities
  • Computer lab access
  • Calculator loan
  • University field-trips
  • Grant aid awards
  • Free printing
  • Academic and personal counseling
  • Assistance with transfer and financial aid application
  • And much more!

 Live Chat With This Department

Video chat with TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO SSS) on Cranium Cafe

Mission Statement

The Trio/SSS program assists low-income, first-generation, and/or disabled students by providing opportunities for academic advisement, mentoring, assistance with basic college requirements, and motivation to complete their post-secondary education.

Los Angeles City College | 855 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles California 90029

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Phone: 323.953.4000

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Emergency: 323.953.2911